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A beautifully presented, early 16th century, Grade II listed former farmhouse. The property offers glorious views over the landscaped grounds and neighbouring countryside beyond. With extensive outbuildings including a one bedroom cottage and studio/coach house.
Approximately 19 acres of grounds, for equestrian or other uses. Situated in a quiet no-through country lane, with separate vehicular access to the paddock. This highly desirable home is immaculately presented, set in stunning cottage gardens, providing double garage and ample parking.
A stunningly handsome detached home, with attached annexe located in a sought after semi-rural location. Having been extended over recent years now providing good size family living accommodation. The property has extensive gardens and driveway with parking for numerous vehicles of just under half an acre. Pulborough having mainline railway station giving direct access to London Victoria and Gatwick having shops, medical centre, pharmacy and primary school is approximately 2 miles away.
Located in a sought-after corner plot position within this quiet cul-de-sac. A handsome double fronted property featuring a south-west facing garden with views towards Coombelands', three reception rooms and four double-bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities.
An attractive part tile hung detached four bedroom family home having double garage and located in a sought after cul-de-sac backing onto "The Gallops". Being ideally situated and providing easy access to Pulborough mainline railway station connecting to London Victoria and Gatwick and within walking distance of local shops, medical centre, pharmacy, primary school and countryside.
Available chain free. This immaculately presented home was build 5 years ago (approx.) within easy reach of St Mary's Primary School and in The Weald catchment area. Pulborough mainline station, local shops and supermarkets, medical centre and pharmacy are also close by.
Available chain free. A well presented country cottage with a stunning open-plan kitchen and dining room featuring black granite worktops and lantern roof light. The property features a rural outlook over nearby farmland and equestrian facilities.
A beautifully presented semi-detached cottage on the fringes of Pulborough village, in an elevated position offering far reaching views across the surrounding countryside. Pulborough has a mainline station, supermarkets, local shops, cafes, pubs and a village school.
A stylishly refurbished first floor apartment in a period conversion, in the centre of Pulborough village. Within easy reach of the mainline train station, local shops and amenities. Features include a large kitchen with breakfast bar and a sitting room with bay window and feature fireplace.
A one bedroom second floor retirement apartment which benefits from a lift, communal lounge, laundry room, and gardens.. It is well placed in Pulborough village with easy access to local shops, pubs, medical centre and restaurants. The mainline railway station offers a service to London and the South Coast. The apartment is offered for sale with no-ongoing chain.
Pulborough is a large village in West Sussex, and it looks out over the River Arun across a large flood plain to the backdrop of the South Downs, very close to the South Downs National Park. Historically, it was the largest Roman settlement North of the South Downs, and was used as a fording place over the River Arun as it was on the Roman road from Chichester to London. Pulborough was noted in the Domesday Book, after the Norman Conquest.
The village has a number of listed buildings, which include beautiful thatched cottages, imposing stately homes and country barns. It retains some attractive old houses and character cottages, as well has having some new developments with a good mix of apartments and houses.
Pulborough has many shops, with some thriving local businesses, such as Nutbourne Vineyards. There are also good sized Sainsburys and Tesco stores locally. There are several pubs and restaurants serving a wide range of food from different continents. The village has a doctors surgery and dentist, and there are two schools teaching children up to the age of 11. Rydon Community College for older children is just a distance away near Storrington. There are a number of churches of various denominations close by, St. Mary's Church in the village dates from the 12th century, and is steeped in history.
The surrounding area has many attractions and places of interest there are over thirty museums within a 20 minute drive of the village. There are also the RSPB Nature Reserve Pulborough Brooks, where a wide variety of birdlife can be viewed from a number of professionally constructed hides, with an informative Visitors Centre.
For those who like walking, there are numerous local walks through areas of outstanding natural beauty, and of course the beautiful South Downs. The village also has one of the fastest growing and most popular Angling Clubs in the South of England. Sports are well represented, and earliest records suggest cricket has been played in Pulborough since 1799, the Club boasts numerous Senior and Junior (Colts) teams. Other sports include golf at the famous West Sussex Club in Pulborough, polo at Cowdray Park and motor sports at the world famous Goodwood. There is a Leisure Centre, tennis and squash at Storrington, and sailing close by at Littlehampton and Chichester harbours.
Pulborough has very good road links, with the important north-south trunk road A29 and east-west A283 road routes. It is ideal for people needing fast access to London, with a railway station on the Arun Valley Line, taking approx. 75 minutes to reach London Victoria on the train.